Corrosion resistance of stainless steel hinges
The surface of stainless steel hinges contains acid, alkali, and salt substances, which can cause local corrosion. The surface of the stainless steel hinge adheres to the organic juice, which forms organic acid in the presence of water and oxygen, and the organic acid will corrode the metal surface for a long time. In polluted air, it will form sulfuric acid and acetic acid liquid spots when it encounters condensed water, causing chemical corrosion.
The surface of the stainless steel hinge has accumulated dust containing other metal elements or attachments of miscellaneous metal particles. In moist air, the attachments and the condensed water between the stainless steel connect the two into a micro The battery initiates an electrochemical reaction, and the protective film is damaged, which is called electrochemical corrosion.
K33-stainless steel hinge
Using SUS304 material
The material can be selected according to the purpose, and it can be installed after cutting
Use: communication equipment, ships, vehicle containers, etc.